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A group of volunteers in New Bedford were busy packaging books for young students as part of the Book-Rich Environments Initiative.
The SouthCoast Food Security Summit brings together local and state advocates for a wide-ranging discussion on food access.
The bowling greens at Hazelwood Park will be restored and ready for play in spring 2021.
The Town of Acushnet has adapted to the ongoing pandemic by building new outdoor structures for gatherings.
The deadline to fill out the 2020 Census is September 30.
Following extensive modifications to the way it operates, the New Bedford Art Museum has reopened to the public.
The mobile farm stand, now in its third year, had to radically reinvent itself during the COVID era.
Nearly two dozen people spent a large part of this summer navigating the complex world of Medicare coverage.
The Marion Council on Aging’s memory café met in-person in July – the first such meeting since March.
The Smith Mills Christian Congregational Church has transformed into a hub for food distribution.
Project Independence stayed connected with their clients throughout the pandemic.
Here are the latest updates from SRTA and how it’s managing services during the pandemic.
As the pandemic continues, managing mental health in addition to physical health is critical.
The coronavirus continued to impact the U.S. and nations throughout the world.
The New Bedford Wellness Initiative recently interviewed biologist Dr. Erin Bromage about the ongoing pandemic.
Massachusetts SNAP users can now buy groceries online using their EBT cards.
Huttleston Marketplace, now entering its third year, returns despite the ongoing pandemic.
While the local COAs continue to restrict visitors, the centers are still finding ways to stay connected with patrons.
The global pandemic disrupted American life during the spring of 2020.
By taking on numerous volunteers and new drivers, Coastline was able to avert a suspension of service.
Restrictions inspired people to innovate and work around social distancing measures.
The monthly mobile market, based in New Bedford, provides free produce to the public.
The state is working with local boards of health to launch a contact tracing program.
In late January. the City of New Bedford conducted the Point in Time Count, which tracks the number of homeless people in a community.
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